> Try going to: http://www.suzukicycles.com/faq/tcheng19.htm
> For a short description of CCI which stands for
No... You go there and read whatever you want... I know more about those things than you will by reading whatever it is you want to read.
Pressure lubed bearings means the oil is supplied under pressure.. those old CCI Suzuki's don't develop any pressure... they used Mikuni manufactured oil pumps that "trickled" the oil in.
So they are NOT "pressure lubricated bearings"
And.... In case you didn't know it... those 2 stroke Suzuki motorcycles were discontinued 20 to 25 years ago.... Real modern.
>Some modern 2-cycle snowmobiles also come with this (oil injection).
Oh my... Wrong again... all modern snowmobiles and jet skis come with oil injection... but it is NOT injected to the bearings.
It is tricked into the intake tracts... not even squirted... it just oozes out of a hole.
The airstream pushes it towards the spinning crank... where it gets blown off/drips into the crank... quite crude... but proven effective none the less.
> And vavles are the weakest part of the system- at high speeds
> they float causing backfiring and loss of power they can also
> stick open or closed, they can burn or be swallowed by the
> engine causing lots of damage- if made slightly wrong they
> leak (which in turn leads to them burning...again)
blah blah blah.... Right... good theory.. but in truth 4 strokes are about the most reliable engines there are.. thats why they get used for almost everything
And... you've never floated the valves on anything in your life... you read it in a book.
I also bet you've never held a 4 stroke valve in your hand in your life.
I bet you don't even have a drivers license.
> Have you ever owned a moped or motorcycle or snowmobile or
> outboard motor boat . If you've owned all of these then you
> certainly have owned more than I have.